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By: Nicole Tyrimou
Although conflicting trends continue to shape the category, skin care remains vibrant—and is approaching $100 billion in global sales.
The Brazilian skin care sector has performed well over the last few years, with growth that is expected to continue to 2017.
Travelers flying into, departing from or transiting through Singapore Changi Airport can now indulge in a menu of organic spa massage treatments specifically tailored to address travel woes and ailments.
Market research Canadean forecasts growth for skin care in Mexico, citing its mending economy following the recession.
According to a new report from Kuick Research, during the last decade, the herbal beauty care business has emerged as a new growth frontier for beauty business in India, and the emphasis has been on the spectacular growth of herbal and ayurvedic beauty products.
According to Millennium Research Group (MRG), a global authority on medical technology market intelligence, Allergan, continues to dominate the global facial injectable market, but is facing increasing competition from a growing number of competitors.
The Spa and Wellness International Council (SWIC) has created state legislation to ease operation laws for spas.
According to the global information company, the total U.S. prestige beauty industry showed an increase of 7% in dollar sales in 2012 vs. 2011.
Think tank L2 says beauty brands aren't only trying to get their products into the hands of "vloggers," or video bloggers, they are also peppering vlogger videos with InVideo ads.
Beauty brands in India have been working to create awareness about using the right skin care products and ayurvedic ingredients in recent years, according to Kuick Research.